Check out our recommendations for what’s happening and what’s worth reading this weekend:
Healing Pandora: The Restoration of Hope and Abundance – Gail Thomas
Learn and understand the truth behind Pandora’s myth (via Feminist Review)
Mankiller: A Chief and Her People – Wilma Mankiller
Song Over Quiet Lake – Sarah Felix Burns
Cultural struggle and personal tragedy turn to hope for two women in British Columbia (via Feminist Review)
A photo exploration into the beauty industry and worldwide standards of femininity and physical beauty (via Change.org Women’s Rights)
More than 40 workshops and trainings are happening this weekend in New Hampshire at the 2010 Reproductive Justice Conference. Speakers will talk about reproductive freedom as it relates to a broad range of social justice initiatives including economic justice, health care reform, racial equality, freedom from violence, immigrant rights, climate justice, and LGBTQ rights.
In DC? The Younger Women’s Task Force is having a happy hour tonight at 5:30pm at La Tasca in Chinatown — go mingle, make new friends and check out their latest events. Also in DC, Hollaback DC! and La Unidad Latina are co-sponsoring a screening of "Dreamworlds 3: Sex, Desire and Power in Music Video" this Sunday.
Out in San Antonio, scope out the International Family Justice Center conference beginning April 27, covering the future of the family domestic violence movement. (And don’t forget: April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.)
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